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Product description

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Fabric name
Denim
Main fabric ingredient
Cotton
The content of the main fabric ingredient
81% -90%
Main fabric ingredient 2
Amidon
Main fabric ingredient 2 content
10% or less
Litter component
Cotton
Retorized component content
71% -80%
shape
Straight pants
Pants long
shorts
Waist type
High waist
Cowboy color
Dark
Style
Street
Thicker
ordinary
popular elements
Manual grinding
colour
Gray, black, dark blue, light blue, 669 black, 669 white, 669 blue, 669 big red, 669 pink, 669 yellow
size
S, M, L, XL, XXL
Suitable age
18-24 years old
Style type
Street
Suitable age
18-24 years old, 25-29 years old
Fabric 2 ingredients
Amidon
Fabric 2 ingredients content
10% or less
Fabric 3 ingredients
Polyester fiber (polyester)
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